Launching Ideas ... Recovering History
Was attached to NATC/WST/Attack Branch. After returning from an A-6 flight test as a BN on Friday the 13th of November 1964 we parked on the line and as the pilot shut-off the engines the wheels retracted and the A-6 just set on the deck. Not a lot of fun, but what are flight tests for?
The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Association, Inc.
is pleased to invite you to the
Friday November 6, 2015
The New Building!
The Mach Combat Simulators are improved and once again operational!
THE PATUXENT RIVER NAVAL AIR MUSEUM,
a community supported museum,
is open and available. The museum is adjacent to the site where construction of the new Museum building has resumed.
The museum celebrates the past, present and future of the Research, Development Test and Evaluation of Naval Aircraft.
Closed on Mondays, including Federal Holidays. Also closed on July 4, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years Day.
The Museum Association is a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization. Your membership and any donations are fully tax deductible. Individual membership is only $50 and has benefits, including priority in our Mach Combat Flight Simulators.